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Man Arrested for Armed Robberies in Hesperia, Yucaipa, & Riverside County
YUCAIPA, Calif. – An armed robbery suspect responsible for robberies in Hesperia, Yucaipa, Perris, and Thousand Palms. Joshua Morris, 18, of Redlands, was arrested after numerous robberies in San Bernardino and Riverside Counties. The suspect, now identified as Joshua Morris, 18, of Redlands was inv
Second mental evaluation ordered for man accused of attacking mother
BANNING, Calif.- - A Cabazon man accused of attacking his mother and holding her against her will is expected to undergo a mental health evaluation today following his arrest on a warrant for failure to appear for the same evaluation last month.
San Bernardino to outsource animal control services to Riverside County
Nine months after voting down a proposal to close the San Bernardino Animal Shelter and outsource animal control services to Riverside County, city leaders voted Wednesday, March 20, to initiate the move.
Man and Woman Arrested for Stealing a U-Haul Truck
YUCAIPA, Calif. – A man and woman were arrested after allegedly stealing keys from a U-Haul business and returning later to steal a truck. On Monday, March 18, 2019, Angela Lombardo, 43, and Joshua Fortner, 28, both transients, entered the U-Haul business in the 34000 block of Yucaipa Boulevard in Y
Gov. Gavin Newsom is developing a bad habit: ignoring the will of voters
Gov. Gavin Newsom has drawn heavy flak for kissing off the voters on capital punishment. He’s also ignoring promises made to voters when they supported a gas tax and vehicle fee increase.
Boat Orchids Available at the Beaumont Garden Center
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Bill to Require California School Districts to Limit or Ban Smartphone Use Makes Its Way Through State Assembly
Classrooms across the state may soon be required to restrict or ban smartphones under a new bill making its way through the California State Assembly. The bill, introduced by Assemblymember Albert Muratsuchi of Torrance, was sent to the State Assembly Education Committee for the second time Wednesda
El Monte High School teacher arrested in Beaumont child sexual assault case
A Beaumont resident who teaches at El Monte High School was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of sexually assaulting a girl. Beaumont and El Monte police officers arrested Miguel Lazo, 60, at El Monte High School, 3048 Tyler Avenue, at 8:15 a.m., authorities said. He was booked at a Los Angeles County J
Homebuying slump: Sales drop 6% in Chino, Rancho Cucamonga, Ontario, Upland, Fontana
UPDATED 3/21/19 with new data due to reporting error. Homebuying in and around Chino, Rancho Cucamonga, Ontario, Upland, and Fontana fell 8.6 percent in a year with the fewest countywide sales since 2014.
Jury Recommends Death for Killer of 17-Year-Old Moreno Valley Girl
Jurors on Wednesday recommended a man who kidnapped and killed a 17-year-old girl in Moreno Valley nearly a decade ago be put to death for his crime, authorities said. The Riverside County Superior Court jury deliberated for about an hour before determining that Jesse Perez Torres, 42, should be exe
California woman arrested for elder, animal abuse after dad, 96, found in home with up to 700 rats, cops say
A California woman was arrested after authorities discovered her 96-year-old father and multiple pets living inside a home in conditions described as "not fit for human living" with up to 700 rats inside, officials said Tuesday.
New photo: California’s super bloom as seen from outer space
(CNN) — An image from outer space confirms what thousands of Californians have experienced from ground level: This year’s wildflower super bloom is amazing. The WorldView-2 satellite, owned by DigitalGlobe, captured an image of Riverside County’s Walker Canyon covered in blooming orange poppies on M
Emergency declaration rescinded; road washout is outside Redlands boundary
Redlands has canceled a local emergency declared due to storm damage after it was determined the affected area was outside city limits. The City Council passed the declaration after a Feb. 14 downpour washed away part of Greenspot Road near Florida Avenue. After surveying the area, city staff member
Plans Detailed To Prevent Further 'Super Bloom' Chaos In Elsinore
LAKE ELSINORE, CA — A strategy to prevent another "Super Bloom" stampede in Lake Elsinore is in place, officials said Thursday, with road closures, detours and an elevated law enforcement presence planned to spare area residents from traffic misery while giving visitors a chance to enjoy a "once in
Whittier man pleads not guilty to attempted murder charge after car crashes into La Mirada gym
A Whittier man pleaded not guilty Thursday, March 21, to five felony counts, including attempted murder, for crashing a stolen car into the front of a fitness center in La Mirada that had reportedly canceled his membership.
Woman Identified In Fatal Coachella Valley Rollover Crash
COACHELLA, CA — An Indio woman killed in an SUV rollover crash in Coachella was identified Thursday. Anakaren Sanchez, 30, died around 11:30 a.m. Wednesday in a solo vehicle crash near the intersection of Dillon Road and State Route 86, the Riverside County Coroner announced.
Ski patrol searching for missing skier at Snow Valley
RUNNING SPRINGS, Calif. (KABC) -- Authorities are searching for a skier who apparently went off a ski run and went missing in low-visibility conditions at the Snow Valley ski resort.
Redlands residents who build granny flats won’t get a break on development fees
People who build granny flats at their Redlands homes can’t get a break on city development fees, the Redlands City Council said at a public hearing Tuesday, March 19, but they did move ahead with a proposal to standardize the fees for all residents.
California among states considering caregiver tax credits
Gloria Brown didn’t get a good night’s sleep. Her husband, Arthur Brown, 79, has Alzheimer’s disease and had spent most of the night pacing their bedroom, opening and closing drawers, and putting on and taking off his jacket.
Anti-Semitic fliers found near San Fernando Valley schools. Police call it a hate crime
Los Angeles police are investigating the posting of anti-Semitic fliers across the San Fernando Valley, including near at least two schools, as a hate crime. El Camino Real Charter High School officials were notified Monday about the fliers — some bearing swastikas — which had been taped to signpost